I'm not sure if she really knew how ghetto a place she had taken us to. We were a little shocked to see all the bums, drug dealers, and hookers, but not as shocked as they were to see us. Here comes this clean-cut family in their new Gap clothes, "Excuse me sir, may we step in front of your dumpster for a family photo? We've love to get a shot of us by your box house. Would you mind smashing your beer bottle a little to left? We'd love to get that in the shot." I will never forget the look on that hooker's face when she stumbled out of the old mattress store and saw us walking down the street, holding hands. She did a double take, and then made a halfhearted attempt to reattach the broken strap on her dress. "Don't fix your strap on our account, Hooker. We're urban."
Anyway, that's the story behind these beautiful family pictures:
So what'd ya think of our authentic urban flava? True dat!
Now go check out Tom and Katie's new family pictures (posted here and here). Yeah, Sara Boulter took those too (Katie hooked us up with Sara in the first place). Tom and Katie had their family pictures taken on a farm because they're old-fashion farmin' country folk. Not us. We're urban.